Department 56

Department 56 Snowbabies


Snowbabies Cleaning
Snowbabies Display Ideas

In 1987, five tiny bisque figures were introduced into a magical, frosty land called Frosty Frolic Land. Since then, Snowbabies artist Kristi Jensen Pierro has designed many new pieces that are inspired by watching her own children and by thinking of her own childhood experiences.

Meet Snowbabies Artist Kristi Jensen Pierro
  • Made of porcelain bisque

  • Hand-painted faces

  • Hand-applied frosty bisque crystals

  • Titles tell the story of the pieces

Includes ornaments, waterglobes and music boxes
Snowbabies Collectible Figurines

Snowbabies Retirements Past and Present
This means that Department 56 is no longer producing or making these Snowbabies so once inventory is sold out these will no longer be available to purchase. To view these retired items please click the links to the Retirement List below.

Department 56 Snowbabies Retirement List 2017

Cleaning Your Snowbabies Figurines

It is recommended that you use a soft feather duster to remove surface dust from the figurines. Some collectors have found using hair dryer on a low, cool setting, or canned air (used to clean computer components) is also effective to remove dust. DO NOT use liquid spray, water, or soapy water solution to clean Snowbabies, as this may clog the porous material, and cause your collection to become dirtier in the future.
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